Find here a list of all the main UN Resolutions
Res. 242 Nov. 22nd 1967 Middle East
Requests the withdrawal of Israel armed forces from territories occupied in the recent conflict
Respect of the territorial integrity and sovereignty of all states in the area
Res. 338 Oct. 22nd 1973 Cease-fire in the Middle East
Res. 660 Aug. 2nd 1990 Iraq-Kuwait
Condemns the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait, demands the withdrawal of Iraqi forces from their positions on Aug. 1st
Res. 678 Nov. 29 1990 Iraq-Kuwait
Requests Iraq to comply with res. 660
Res. 688 Apr. 5 1991 Iraq
Iraqi repression on Kurdish populations
“Insists that Iraq allow immediate access by international humanitarian organizations to all those in need of assistance in all parts of Iraq and make available all necessary facilities for their operations”
Res. 770 Aug. 13 1992 Bosnia-Herzegovina
Access to prisons, camps and detention centres for humanitarian purposes
Res. 794 Dec. 3rd 1992 Somalia
Operation “Restore hope”
Res. 940 July 31st 1994 on authorization to form a multinational force under unified command and control to restore the legitimately elected President and authorities of the Government of Haiti and extension of the mandate of the UN Mission in Haiti
The situation is considered a menace for regional peace and security
Res. 1101 March 28th 1997 Albania
Reaffirms the sovereignty of Albania, decides an operation of three months
Res. 1368 Sept. 12th 2001 Threats to international peace and security caused by terrorist acts
The UNSC condemns the 9/11 attacks, calls states to work together, “expresses its readiness to take all necessary steps to respond to the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, and to combat all forms of terrorism, in accordance with its responsibilities under the Charter of the United Nations”.
Res. 1422 July 12th 2002 United Nations peacekeeping
The jurisdiction of the ICC over persons involved in UN peacekeeping operations is suspended for one year, starting on July 1st.
Res. 1441 Nov. 8th 2002 The situation between Iraq and Kuwait
Iraq in breach of former resolution, particularly res. 687 (April 3rd 1991), must provide immediately full access to UNMOVIC, IAEA, etc. for inspections of biological, chemical and nuclear facilities.
Res. 1487 June 12th 2003 United Nations peacekeeping
Same as res. 1422.